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Bryan Baugh
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By day I work as a storyboard artist in Television Animation.
I have worked on action shows like "Transformers: Prime" and "Kaijudo, Rise of the Duel Masters" (for Hasbro Studios) well as kiddie shows like "Elena of Avalor" and "My Friends Tigger and Pooh" (for Walt Disney TV Animation).

By night I draw MONSTERS!

I have been a monster fan my whole life, for as long as I can remember. Whether it came in the form of creepy comic books, monster movies, horror novels, or Halloween decorations, I have always loved weird, scary entertainment.

When I draw, I use traditional tools - paper, pencil, ink brushes, hawk quill pens, and acrylic paints. But I often color with Photoshop. So my work is a weird mix of traditional and digital art.

My Deviant Art Gallery is dedicated to my monster and horror illustrations. Step inside and have a look... If you dare!

Favourite Visual Artist
Graham Ingles, Bernie Wrightson, Jordi Bernet, Richard Sala
Favourite Movies
Return of the Living Dead, Creepshow, The Howling, the Star Wars Saga, SpiderBaby, Miller's Crossing, The Big Sleep, Night of the Hunter
Favourite TV Shows
The Munsters, Leave It To Beaver, Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, Game of Thrones
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Skinny Puppy, Download, Doubting Thomas, The Cure, The Birthday Massacre, John Williams
Favourite Books
Too many to name. "It" by S.King, "Shadow Over Innsmouth" by H.P.L. & "The Big Sleep" by R.Chandler are way up there.
Favourite Writers
Raymond Chandler, H.P. Lovecraft, Stephen King, Dashiell Hammett, James Ellroy
Favourite Games
Skyrim is my all-time favorite game. After that: Fallout 4, Grand Theft Auto 5, Resident Evil, SW Battlefront, Batman Arkham Series
Favourite Gaming Platform
PS4 - of course!! Nothing else compares. Except maybe PS3!
Tools of the Trade
Trashy horror movies, old comic books
Other Interests
Drawing Monsters
SIGNED Set of Wulf and Batsy comics! Now on sale. ISSUES 1-6 (The complete "We Have No Home" and "Bizarre Experiments" Story-Arcs). + IT CAME OUT ON A WEDNESDAY issue 19, (Includes Wulf and Batsy short story "Death at Cliffside Exit"). + Wulf and Batsy Collector Cards -- All Signed, Bagged, and Boarded. ORDER:
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OPEN FOR SPRING 2023 COMMISSIONS! If you are interested, please CONTACT ME via DeviantArt NOTE or by Email: to discuss your idea. Slots tend to go quick, so first come, first serve! Please note, these are for Black and white, original art. Ink Brush drawings on Bristol Board. I am not doing color commissions at this time. Professional service. I've been doing original art commissions since 2004 and have a long list of satisfied customers! 9x12 ONE CHARACTER black and white - $120.00 9x12 TWO CHARACTERS black and white - $150.00 10x14 ONE CHARACTER black and white - $180.00 10x14 TWO CHARACTERS black and white - $220.00 11x17 - ONE CHARACTER black and white - $250.00 11x17 - TWO CHARACTERS black and white - $300.00 U.S. Shipping: $10.00 Shipping to Canada: $30.00 PayPal Address is the same as my email: Thanks! Bryan Here are samples of some commissions I've done for past clients!
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hey bryan i just discovered your youtube channel i didn't know you was a youtuber :3

Bryan, here's the fanart of your mad scientist. Hope you like it!

Fanart of Professor Zag-Zog from Wulf and Batsy

Thanks for following me! ❤️ Check my galleries on the right side of my profile to see the kinds of things I've made so far. Subscribe here on DeviantArt for access to pieces featuring nudity and sexually explicit content.

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Self Portrait

Not too long ago I went to my local comic book store and ended up finding an ashcan comic called Darkness Within from 1993-1994 that you did the art with the writer Chris Henry, I'm surprised I can't really find anything online about this book nor the company, but I have to say your artwork is quite great, and still looks as impressive as it was back then with the various line compositions and monster drawings you make

Haha! You stumbled upon a bit of my early indie comics history!!

Back in 1993, I illustrated a mini-series called THE DARKNESS WITHIN written by Chris Henry for Imagine This Productions. This was right smack in the middle of the Image Comics explosion and there were dozens of little indie comic publishers putting out books and selling them at every convention. ITP was best known for putting out a superhero comic called "The Superior Seven". 21 year old me, met them at the Mid-Ohio-Con in Columbus and showed them my portfolio, hoping to maybe get a gig drawing a few issues of Superior Seven. They didn't think I was a good fit for that project but the writer Chris Henry was a big Horror fan and had been writing this other series called THE DARKNESS WITHIN and asked me to draw that instead. Hungry for my "BIG BREAK in COMICS!!!" I enthusiastically illustrated two issues of what was supposed to be a 4 issue miniseries AND created several full-page illustrations for a DARKNESS WITHIN PORTFOLIO. ITP did a print-run of ash-can (5x7", digest-sized) copies of my issues. I think maybe Chris was trying to get this series picked up by a bigger publisher? I'm not sure. Beyond that point, whatever happened with THE DARKNESS WITHIN is a mystery to me. I got all the work turned in on-time, and they said they were happy with the results, but I have never seen an actual printed comic book format edition of this miniseries. And as far as I know there never was an issue 3 or 4. Maybe they shopped it around and couldn't sell it? I shipped ITP the original pages to print from (back in those pre-internet days when you had to do that) so I don't even have the originals. I own exactly one copy of the 5x7" ashcan, one copy of the DARKNESS WITHIN PORTFOLIO, and a 8.5x11" Xeroxed Booklet (that I made myself at Kinko's) and that's it. I never imagined it would ever surface again, but you found it!

Quite the tale you got there. I figured you’d be a good person to ask about it since I couldn’t find anything online and figured it was quite an early book during an independent comics era. Well thanks again, and keep up the good work

Awesome stuff!